SEAS Quick News

Please read the weekly bulletin, check out our events calendar and explore our website for more detailed information and other ways you can become involved in our parish community! 

From the Prayer Chair-September 27, 2020.
Unable to attend Mass? Click the image below for Fr. Jack's reflections on the Sunday readings.

Click on the image to view.

To view all of Fr. Jack's and Deacon Steve's video messages-CLICK HERE


Faith Formation Begins!
Registration for Faith Formation and Youth Ministry is still open. It is never too late to get started! Information on how we will be conducting Faith Formation and Youth Ministry is available online at .
To get all of us off to the best start possible, we have produced short videos to explain how our Home-Based Faith Formation and Online Youth Ministry will work. Please go to to view the videos.
There is also a written version of the information that you can view as well as a place to submit any questions you may have.

Beginning Sunday, October 4th, weekly Faith Formation lesson plans and materials will be made available to those families that have registered. Workbooks and plans for Grades 1-6 will be available to pick up after each of the weekend Masses and via appointment in the parish office
Kindergarten materials will be made available via email.
Middle School and High School Youth Ministry information will be sent via text to the teens and email to the parents
Additional information regarding the lesson plans and materials is available via the orientation link listed above
If you have any questions/concerns/suggestions regarding Faith Formation, please contact Michael Smith at your convenience.

We have returned to our traditional Mass schedule: Saturday, 5:30pm and Sunday. 9:00am & 11:30am.
Please join us each weekend under the tents! If you plan on attending, please wear a mask and bring your own chair (if you want to sit).
If you are in the vulnerable category (or you are sick), we ask that you stay safe and stay home. PLEASE do not jeopardize your health or the health of others! The Bishop continues to waive the obligation of the faithful to attend Mass, so there is no reason to place yourself in danger.
Weekday Masses are held in the Church-Our weekday Mass schedule: Mon., Wed., and Fri. at 5:30pm. 

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated Saturday's from 4:00-5:00 pm in the church. 
Please note the following changes:
-For safety reasons, the Sacrament will be celebrated in the Minister's sign in room in the gathering space (This room is on the right just before you enter the sanctuary). Penitents will stand. Reconciliation can be face to face or behind a screen (for anonymity).
-The children's room and Sanctuary will be closed during reconciliation.
-Maintain proper social distancing while waiting in the gathering space.
-A mask must be worn.
Persons uncomfortable with these guidelines can call the parish office to make an appointment with Fr. Jack to celebrate the sacrament.

The deSales Chapel continues to be open 24/7 for prayer. All are welcome to stop in for quiet prayer/meditation.

The Diocese of Raleigh continues to live stream Sunday Mass from the Holy Name of Jesus Cathedral.  
You can tune in on their YouTube channel:
There is also a link on the Cathedral's webpage:
Sunday Mass in Spanish begins at 8:00 am; Mass in English begins at 10:00 am.

Please consider signing up for online giving, so the parish may continue to meet our financial obligations and work to grow our ministries! Online Giving through WeShare is simple and secure. Giving can be done anywhere, anytime! Questions? Call Carol at 910-488-1797(wk) or 910-818-9145(cell). The following link will take you to our online giving site:
Please note: If this is the first time you are participating in online giving-you do not have to login. Just choose the collection you wish to donate to and click on the orange donation button. The login button is used once you have signed up and want to enter the site to make changes, etc.

ALL St. Elizabeth Ann Seton events continue to be cancelled. The parish offices remain closed. Personnel are in the office from time to time, so the best way to contact us is through email or to leave a voicemail. Go to the Contact tab at the top of the page. We will communicate changes/updates via the website, our Facebook page and the parish APP. See below for directions on downloading the parish APP if you do not have it. Through the APP we are able to send push notifications that will pop up on you phone (similar to news alerts). 

Download our Parish APP and have instant access to our website, bulletin, upcoming events, online giving, catholic resources and more! Text APP to 88202 to download our parish app: 1)Download myParish App 2) Select St Elizabeth Ann Seton Parish after opening-it's that easy! Or download through the App store or Google Play (search- myParish app)   

t forget to follow us on Facebook. Our Facebook page, website and the Parish App are the best ways to get updates on changes in Masses or scheduled events.

Parish Bulletin-we are still producing our weekly bulletin, it is posted online and on the parish App. Weekly Bulletin Here"
We will have some hard copies of the bulletin available at weekend Masses, in the church at daily Mass, and in the deSales Chapel .

Feeling lost with your loved one deployed?  Could you use some support? Connect with someone who can help!
Please email Diane Scherr at: [email protected]